Brexit

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An immigration ‘cliff edge’ would be a real problem for the many sectors which currently rely on large numbers of EU migrant workers. Transitional arrangements are essential to ensure ‘business as usual’ is possible for many of our clients post-Brexit, writes Steven Dunn 

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EU law expert Professor Tobias Lock has joined Maynooth University Department of Law from Edinburgh Law School. At Edinburgh, Professor Lock was lecturer and then senior lecturer in EU law from 2013-18, having previously lectured at University College London, the University of Surrey and the Univers

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Jennifer Jack, a member of the legal team that represented the MPs in Wightman and others, summarises the case. Brexit is fraught with uncertainty – but there is now one thing we know without a doubt: The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has confirmed the UK is legally e

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Brexit and the twists and turns flowing from two historic court rulings will be put under the spotlight at a special Faculty of Advocates event. Brexit: Lessons from the Courts is a joint presentation by the Faculty and the European Circuit, a voluntary organisation of advocates, barristers and cour

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Rachael Kelsey, a director at SKO Family Law Specialists, will be writing regular updates for Scottish Legal News in coming weeks, dealing with the specifics of the Brexit implications for family law. Here, Rachael gives a general overview of where we are with the three most likely political outcome

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Judgment in the Scottish Brexit bill case will be handed down by the Supreme Court on Thursday 13 December 2018. On 17 April 2018, the UK government's law officers, the Attorney General and the Advocate General for Scotland, referred EU exit legislation passed in the Scottish Parliament (the UK

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